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Photos by Moonlight

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« on: August 17, 2011, 12:39:47 am »

Thanks for the comments. #1 was at about 90 degrees to the Moon so I think I was picking up a lot more light than the others that were almost to my back. Those lights coming down the hill were actually a large flatbed semi using his jake brake all the way down, very noisey! Anton, I think I was at 2-3 minutes, f/5-6.3 in that area, ISO 100-200. I tought the lower ISO would negate some of the noise along with noise reduction, but maybe that length of exposure just gets everything too hot! These look more like the 30 second exposures I take at 1600. I have heard and read in reviews that my Canon 400D is very noisey and agree fully. Maybe an upgrade in the future!! Thanks everyone.
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